THEA 200 Spring 2010 Review

THEA 200 Spring 2010 Review - Performing vs Acting Wings...

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THEA 200 Spring 2010 Exam Review #1 Please be sure that you are familiar with the following terms and people. There will be 60 multiple choice questions on the exam. Please be sure that you are able to not just know the term but you will be able to supply more information. For example, an arena stage is not just a theatre space with audience on all sides of the actors, but it presents particular challenges to actors and directors that we talked about in class. Look at the terms, be sure you read the chapters and look through your notes. There will be questions from each. Protagonist Antagonist Plot Rising Action Point of Attack Action Discovery Reversal Complication Conflict Crisis Falling Action / Denouement Aristotle’s Six Components of Drama - Plot - Character - Idea - Language - Music - Spectacle Constantin Stanislavski Given Circumstances Objective Motivation Obstacle Super-objective Beat Beat Shift Playing an Action Blocking Upstage Downstage Stage Right Stage Left Production Concept Stage Directions
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Unformatted text preview: Performing vs Acting Wings Proscenium Director Genre Critic Review Playwright Technical rehearsal Run-through Spine of the Play Proscenium Arch Arena Stage Alley Stage Character Protagonist Confidant Antagonist Willing Suspension of Disbelief Theatrical Conventions Rake Blocking Dress Rehearsal Apron Stage Picture Magic If Satire Farce Genre (know the various genres) Melodrama Tragedy (and related terms) Tragedicomedy Comedy of Manners Antagonist Protagonist Thrust Stage Exposition Episodic Structure Outside In Acting Inside Out Acting Broadway, off-Broadway, Off-off Broadway Fly Space/ Fly System Table Work Diderot’s “Paradox of the Actor” Opposing Forces Climactic Structures (know the different kinds) Contrast and Juxtaposition Dramatic Structures (from Chapter 4) Dialogue Review the Types of Characters Method Acting Emotional Recall Directorial Concept Blocking Stage Picture Dramaturge Front of House...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course THEA 200 taught by Professor Theaterappreciate/understanding during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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